Adoption

Rabbits Available for adoption

Adoption fee: $25

Marshmallow has been with me for nearly 2 years and I've been trying to find him a home for over a year now. He loves to be the dominant rabbit and is a bundle of fluff and cuddly joy. Although shy, he doesn't mind coming up to you and seeing how you are doing. Please note that Marshmallow does have some divergent teeth due to chewing on chicken wire. (Update: Marshmallow's teeth are now in stable condition)

(Male, around 2 years old)

Adoption fee: $25

Blaze is the oldest male rabbit we have. He is looking for a forever home and is bonded with Daisy.

(Male, around years old)

Adoption fee: $25

Daisy is the oldest rabbit we have and is looking for a new forever home. She is shy yet curious and very fluffy.

(Female, around 3-4 years old)

Other pet rabbits available on the Los Angles Rabbit Foundation's Adoption page

Please note that my rabbits are not spayed/neutered (fixed) or vaccinated and you would have to get this done yourself if you wish to do so. Please contact Actors and Others for Animals for help with spay/neuter for rabbits in Palmdale and the AV region, their phone number is 818-755-6045. The City of Los Angeles offers free or reduced spay/neuter vouchers for LA City residents. That form can be found here. Please visit www.larabbits.org/spayneuter for more info. If you are considering adopting a rabbit, please visit the Rabbit Care page for information on what to expect from adopting a rabbit as a pet including what to expect from behavior and care.

Help with rehoming a pet rabbit:

If you need help finding a new home for your rabbit and would like me to post your rabbit on my website's adoption page, please contact me and I will do my best to connect you to any available resources that I know to help you rehome your rabbit. You can also try to advertise your rabbit's adoption by contacting the Los Angeles Rabbit Foundation for rehoming services. However, they require the rabbit to be vaccinated and neutered prior to adoption. Please note that I do not allow rabbit breeders to post their rabbits here as that defeats the purpose of addressing the overpopulation of rabbits and reducing the number of rabbits in the shelters and their chances of getting adopted.